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Two new reference titles are recommendations for college-level students and industry professionals seeking the latest research and reference information on radar systems and electronic warfare, containing comprehensive guides suitable for those involved in analytical and applied science roles. Introduction to Radar with Python and MATLAB by Andy Harrison (9781630815974, $159.00) shows how to produce synthetic aperture images, covering the basics of tracking filters and their parameters and effects and various radar measurement techniques. The Python tool suite is used to help readers predict radar variables and performance, while MATLAB scripts work with the Python tools and graphic interfaces to help learners visualize the concepts and understand their real-world applications. Nicholas A. O'Donoughue's Emitter Detection and Geolocation for Electronic Warfare (9781630815646, $139.00) provides information for detecting and geolocating emitters, and discusses many foundations of geolocation science and math for students involved in warfare studies and detection methods. MATLAB code provides the statistics and is linked to math incarnations in real-world detection problems, including problems and examples of solutions to help students and advanced practitioners alike. Filled with math, statistics, and applications information, both are strong references.

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